If one of your visitors doesn’t want to be tracked by Smartlook on your website, you can send them the link to our opt-out page
Yes, tracking behavior and movement of your visitors using Smartlook is legal, just like using Google Analytics or other services for tracking visitors on your website.
From a legal point of view, it’s important if you record personal data of visitors using Smartlook. This is something you can set up with Smartlook. On most websites, the only place where visitors might fill in personal data are forms and Smartlook doesn’t record any form input by default, unless you enable it explicitly via Record API.
No. Smartlook will not slow down your website. The Smartlook tracking script loads asynchronously. This means that the script does not prevent your website from loading. Also, the load time of the Smartlook script is negligible on most websites. All computation intensive tasks are executed in the browser IDLE time to ensure that your website runs smoothly.
However, all websites are different. Measuring speed on different websites could show differing results. Also, page speed measuring tools don’t always paint an accurate picture when analyzing scripts like Smartlook. You can often see the same issues with the Google Analytics script. The warnings you see using various page speed tools don’t mean that the Smartlook script will slow down your website.
Updated 8 months ago